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Using Revolutionary Tactics to Improve Living Conditions of the Oppressed!

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This week we are joined, in studio, by lifelong revolutionary activist Omari Musa. We will be discussing everything from the current economic crisis and its capitalistic roots to police brutality, the prison industry complex and other forms of state sponsored oppression. Current events will be woven into the discussion along with a deep historical perspective. This promises to be another show that you won’t want to miss. You may catch this episode LIVE or on ARCHIVE simply by clicking here: www.blogtalkradio.com/UNITV-Radio Omari Musa has been active in the revolutionary movement for more than 40 years. He was a founder of the Afro-American Student Union at the University of California, Berkeley. He was a leader of the Black Socialist Club at the University of Michigan. He worked to help Black workers fight for affirmative action in the auto industry in Detroit. Musa was active in sit ins demanding that Black be hired as other than janitors in San Francisco hotels as a youth. he participated in pickets against discriminatory landlords in Oakland. He participated in protests in defense of jailed and murdered activists in the Black Panther Party and defended Angela Davis. He was a supporter of the revolutionary perspectives of Malcolm X. Musa was an activist and leader in the fight against the Vietnam War and in defense of a woman's right to choose abortion. He was a leader in the formation of the National Black Independent Political Party demanding a political break with the Democratic and Republican parties. He was active in the movement against apartheid in South Africa and participated in the mobilizations to support that struggle. Musa is a longtime supporter of the Cuban revolution. He supports an immediate end to the U.S. blockade against Cuba. Musa calls for a revolution in the U.S. and installation of a workers and farmers government that can begin to eliminate exploitation and oppression in all forms.